DescriptionColliers International present a wonderful opportunity to acquire a meticulously restored period home, situated on one of Dublin’s most sought after residential tree lined roads in Dublin 9.
Possessing a generous and perfectly balanced accommodation No. 3 Iona Road presents a best of both worlds proposition which combines 21st-Century living with Edwardian grandeur having undergone extensive renovation and sympathetic restoration in 2007 creating the perfect fusion of old world and new.
Known as “Botanic View”, No. 3 has been successfully run as a boutique B&B by the current owner up until earlier this year and now presents a perfect family home option for discerning purchasers to set down roots in this incredible family location.
The property has been cleverly redesigned, utilising every inch of space including the attic and incorporates a modern open plan kitchen/family room extension to the rear.
The accommodation which extends to approximately 203.29 sq.m. / 2,188 sq.ft briefly comprises an arched entrance hall, 2 interconnecting reception rooms with feature bay window to the front and marble fireplace, A modern open plan kitchen cum family room with access to the rear garden, 4 ensuite bedrooms and an ensuite dressing room which could be rearranged to include a 5th bedroom .
The overall accommodation is both spacious, bright and well balanced and set over three levels retaining many authentic features including high ceilings, ceiling covings, picture rails, sliding sash windows and original fire places in many of the rooms in keeping with the elegance and charm of the properties era.
Iona Road has always proven popular residential destination with families seeking a home in Dublin 9 due to its mature setting, proximity to The National Botanic Gardens, Shopping facilities, D.C.U., choice Primary and secondary schools and ease of access to and from Dublin City Centre, the airport, the M1 & M50.
Viewing is highly recommended.
BER DetailsBER: D2 BER No.10357264 Energy Performance Indicator:284.18 kWh/m²/yr